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. it was a really bad time to do this. we're in the middle of the united nations general assembly week. the obama administration is still trying to get to talk the palestinians out of going to the security council for the statehood vote, which israel is completely opposed to and u.s. and obama said he would veto. it was just not a good time to do that. >> out of towners tried to play new york politics. like al gore tried to do with ed koch. it's so easy get tangled up and begin to look a victim ever some of the far-out people, very aggressive people. >> i agree with that. when you add it to the debate performance where he seemed uninformed on foreign policy issues -- >> pakistan. >> right. it's an impress you're out of your depth and that i think is the problem. i talked to the republican half that said we were looking for ronald reagan and we don't even have fred thompson in this case. that's a tough judgment but i think >> where do they with their guts and brains. if they see one is ready and another not, do they say this is the year to go with the all-out conservative? >> timing is everything.
spoke before the united nations general assembly. >> mr. president, allow me at the outset to congratulate you and our brothers, the people of the tarmac on the occasion of the 66th session of the general assembly. our presentation will be of assistance to you in performing your duties. we are confident that your experience and vision will be an important factor in the success of the general assembly. our thanks also goes to your predecessors, for his presidency of the general assembly and his outgoing session. i would also like to congratulate on his reelection for a second term as secretary-general and wish him all success in his work. mr. president, it is an honor to stand in front of you one more time to brief you on, as it works, build a modern state that lives in peace with its people and neighbors. iraq is building a homeland where everyone is at peace and stability, regardless of sectarian, ethnic, a system where the rule of law prevails. and lives are respected and the system that is based on democracy and peaceful transition of power. this is the basis on the past
to the united facials ahead of next week's general assembly. that's when palestinian authority president abbas plans to make a bid for u.n. membership. >> jon: thaet, apparently the united nations is bring your own mother [bleep] chair. (laughter) >> jon: the u.n. provides the translators, you provide the chair, and head phone rentals are $3. (laughter) small price to play to steal and kill with diplomatic immunity. oh, really. (laughter) oh really. (applause) believe me, you get one of them diplomatic licence plates [bleep] red lights. (laughter) the chairs have always been an impressive part of the u.n.. the turks have their otto-man empire. sweden brought their national chair, the glurke. (laughter) and unassembled pile of wood and of course -- (applause) >> australian relies on pouchie, the world's most patient kangaroo. pouchie. joining the u.n. isn't as simple as just bringing a chair. >> when i received an-- from a state for an admission into the united nations, i review all these technical issues, whether this is in proper form. >> jon: really there is an application process for joinin
that is front and center the syrian representative addressing the general assembly. than then >>jonathan: very interesting and it was not president assad deciding not to come to the united nations leaving the country at the moment would be difficult for him at it is in the grip of so much violence. the foreign minister instead addressed the general assembly today and he put the blame for all the violence on foreign intervention as he called it. listen. >> syria exercises its responsibility to protect its citizens. it has acted to guarantee the safety and stability and vigilance against the danger of foreign intervention that assumed a different form with every passing day and challenging it does not mean underestimating popular. >>jonathan: the united nations have said that syrian security forces have killed some 2,700 citizens in the last few months. trace? >>trace: thank you, jonathan from new york. vanderbilt university threatening to shut down some religious groups on campus if they don't follow the school's nondiscrimination policy. that means the groups must allow people different faiths
sanctions make the violence worse. strange to the general assembly and one unlikely to cut any ice with u.s. officials who are still pushing for much stronger sanctions from the united nations security council, trace. >> "the fox report's" chief correspondent jonathan hunt live in the newsroom. a court decisions striking down part of president obama wants health care overhaul will likely end up before the u.s. supreme court. this after the obama administration opted not to pursue it before a federal appeals court. at issue is a ruling in favor of 26 states which had sued claiming the government cannot legally force americans to buy insurance. the white house says the law protects taxpayers from footing the bill for the uninsured. if the case goes to the supreme court, a decision could come during the 2012 presidential campaign. well, there is new fallout today from the stunning collapse of a government-backed solar energy company which could force taxpayers to pick up a half billion dollars tab. we are now hearing about who else solyndra mayo money to. you will recall the company announce
now at united nations, a security council is about to consider the palestinian's bid for state hood. as we've mentioned, this is clearly a huge deal. abbas made his push last week before the u.n. general assembly. here's the thing. the u.s. has already said it will veto the move. president obama says the next step forward cannot come through a solution at u.n. he says the answer is diplomacy, specifically renewed talks on the tough issues that still divide the palestinians and israelis. many palestinians acknowledge this whole bid is largely symbolic. president abbas is still making and receiving praise for it as well. he got a hero's welcome when he returned home to the west bank just yesterday. take a look at the crowd there waving the flags all in support of him and his move. we're going to keep watching this one for you and bring you any developments from the u.n. as soon as we get them. >>> then the one gop candidate for president takes the lead in a new straw poll. >> i feel great. i feel even greater because the voice of the people is bigger than the voice of the media. >> he
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